Strategic Organisations, Commitment and Work Organisations
We consider two alternative models of work organisation: One deals with those organisational systems which rely on the commitments of its members for realizing set productivity targets. The other is a strategic model which considers the role of its members' strategies as a defining input towards optimizing its organisational goals.
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